The Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) is a body approved by the Secretary of State for Education and Skills for the purpose of inspecting independent schools in the Independent Schools Council (ISC) under Section 162 of the Education Act 2002. Schools are inspected every six years.
The Girls' Division (which includes the co-educational...
Bolton School pupils consistently achieve excellent GCSE and A Level grades and the School is widely regarded as one of the best schools in the North of England. Both the Girls' Division and Boys' Division regularly rank very highly in independent school examination results league tables. Almost all pupils go on to further study at top tier...
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Parent Portal allows parents to access pupil information such as reports as well as general school materials.
Link to Parent Portal here.
Parent Pay allows parents to quickly pay for school trips and Kidzone fees.
Link to Parent Pay here.
Bolton School employs approximately 175 teaching staff and 280 support staff and has 2,300 pupils. The School provides education for boys and girls from age 4 to 18. Pupils can start in the co-educational pre-preparatory school, Beech House, and then subsequently move into the single-sex Junior and...
Bolton School Online Email Access (Pupils)
Bolton School Online Email Access (Staff)
Parents and carers may find the Parenting in the Digital Age website useful for tips on how to help your child stay safe online.
Travel grants are available to Bolton School students and alumni, courtesy of the Scott Bolton Trust. Participants need to be aged from 16 to 22 years when they undertake their expedition.
Projects which are original or challenging will be favoured by the management committee who decide the awards. Physical challenges were...